Examples of radicalize in a Sentence
The war has radicalized an entire generation of young people.
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Critics also said the law would lead to the persecution of Muslim communities, and could potentially have the reverse effect of radicalizing people.
Griffin's apology wasn't accepted by some on Twitter either, which spewed a variety of reactions, including several right-wing jabs that Griffin had been radicalized by Islamic State, the terror group that frequently beheads its victims.
At the mosque that Abedi attended in Manchester, director of trustees Mohammed el-Khayat told worshippers that police would be told if anyone shows signs of having been radicalized.
The bomber, Salman Abedi, a twenty-two year old Mancunian whose parents are Libyan, appears to have been a homegrown militant jihadi, one of a significant number of young Britons who have become radicalized in recent years.
But the authorities are concerned, analysts say, that widespread anger over the demolitions project is radicalizing large numbers of previously politically apathetic Russians.
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Definition of radicalize for English Language Learners
: to cause (someone or something) to become more radical especially in politics
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